James Powless

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Mark James Powless

On Saturday, January 16, 2021, Mark James Powless (Jim Bob), son to the late Duane Powless and Cheryl Miller, suddenly passed away in his home in his 55th year of life.  Known for his love of his community, congregation, community-minded spirit group, and music.  James loved those close to him deeply, and left a lasting impression on those who knew him.  He will be missed by his brothers Paul, Leslie (Patti) Powless.  Those who called him uncle, Dakota (Alanna), Justin (Sarah), Sass, and as a great uncle, nephew, cousin, and friend.  In lieu of flowers donations to the Six Nations Dialysis Unit.  A celebration of life will be held at a later date.  Arrangements by Styres Funeral Home, Ohsweken.  www.rhbanderson.com

“The Lord is my strength” —Nehemiah 8:10.


Posted by Carla and Wayne Miller on
Sincere condolences to the family...he will be missed!
Posted by Barbara Miller on
Condolences to Jamie’s family. He was a good son who always had a smile for people.
Posted by Robin Fraser on
Sincere condolences to James families
Love, Light and Prayers.
Posted by Lori Harris on
James will be missed. He had a great sense of humor and a big heart. Condolences to his family and friends.
Posted by Ian Cowley on
I had the privilege to get to know Mark over the last 8 months as one of his dialysis drivers. I considered him a friend and we had many discussions about various issues and experiences in our personal lives. This comes as a shock, and while I wish I could have known him much longer, I am happy to have shared the time I did. My condolences to the family that I know was so important to him, especially Paul, who I got the opportunity to meet a couple of times. RIP my friend.
Posted by Audrey Powless-Bomberry on
Our deepest sympathy to Jamie’s family and friends.
Posted by Linda Dixon on
I was so sad to hear of James passing; he was such a nice man who always tried to make you smile no matter how he was feeling! I like to think that I am a better person for having met James while working at the Welcome In; where he would come visit us regularly when it was open!
Posted by Robert Smith on
James has been a lifelong friend & brother. Memories to last a lifetime. While it pains me to know l'll not see him again here on earth, l look foward to seeing him again one day in eternity. You'll always be missed my friend. Much love.
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